Stealth Edits; No ‘Sleepy Joe’; Kent State

Good morning, it’s Tuesday, May 4, 2021. Fifty-one years ago today, cornered and panicked National Guardsmen sent to quell unrest at Kent State University opened fire without warning on a crowd of antiwar demonstrators. Four students — William Knox Schroeder, Allison B. Krause, Jeffrey Glenn Miller, and Sandra Lee Scheuer — were killed. Eight others were wounded, including Dean Kahler, who was paralyzed from the waist down.
The day before, Ohio Gov. Jim Rhodes had gone to Kent, where he denounced the demonstrators as “the worst type of people that we harbor in America.” This was an ugly…